A city of Topeka water main break temporarily cut off water service Monday to the Curtis State Office Building at 1000 S.W. Jackson — which includes the state's office of Vital Statistics — prompting it to close for the day, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said.
The building was expected to be open again Tuesday, she said.
Because of a city water main break, the Curtis State Office Building in Topeka, including the Office of Vital Statistics will be closed today.
— KDHE (@KDHE) November 19, 2018